The 2021 Kawasaki KX 65 is the Japanese company’s introductory motocross bike for youth in their 2021 lineup. Featuring a 64cc liquid cooled two stroke single with a reed valve, it makes the same noise, produces the same power, and gives the same agile feel as much larger motocross bikes, pared down for beginners to learn.
Kawasaki also equips the KX 65 like a much larger motocross bike. A full kick-start, manual six speed transmission, front and rear competition disc brakes, and fully adjustable suspension front and rear give new riders opportunities to get some wrench time in, learning all the ins and outs of bike maintenance. A semi-double cradle frame of high tensile steel also gives the bike the stiffness and agility of bigger bikes.
The 2021 Kawasaki KX 65 starts at $3,749 USD / $4,399 CAD.
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Price: $3,749 USD / $4,399 CAD.
Six speed manual transmission
Competition disc brakes
Engine Type: 64cc, liquid-cooled, 2-stroke single
Horsepower: Unknown HP (not provided by manufacturer)
Torque: Unknown lb-ft (not provided by manufacturer)